Manuscript of Arabic Grammar. Al-Azhari Khaled b. Abdallah al-Djarjawi (838-905, 1435-1499). At-tasrih bi Madhmun attawdhih. (Commentary on the Charh on Alfiya by ibn Malik). 316 page Arabic manuscript on oriental paper, 22 lines per page in beautiful, small North African Naskhi characters in brown ink alternating with red and yellow gold:
Red leather binding with restored golden spots.
Copied by Ahmad ibn Zaini Dahlan al-Hassani (1231 AH / 1816 AD 1304 AH / 1886 AD), and the Hafiz al-Faqih Sayyid Ahmad ibn Zaini Dahlan Al-Hassani Hachémite Qurashi Al-Makki, Imam of the two holy mosques (Mecca and Medina).
The great Mufti of scholars Shafi’i, Fiqh et Shaykh al-Hijaz of his time in the last Ottoman caliphate. He was known for his extreme criticisms of Wahhabism and his tendency toward Mysticism (Sufism).
This is a copied manuscript without any date, but it is probably from 1830.
Some sheets are restored. The last sheet of the colophon is missing.
The manuscript is, however, rare and impeccable in its kind.
Classical Arabic grammar is a contemporary linguistic branch which examines morphology, word formation and syntax, composition of words in sentence and the syntax, composition of words in sentence.
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- Number of Books
- Literature, Manuscripts
- Author/ Illustrator
- Ahmed Bin Zaini Dahlan Al Hassani
- Book Title
- Manuscript of Arabic Grammar. Al-Azhari
- Publication year oldest item
- 1st Edition
- Original language
- Le grand mufti Alfiya" d'ibn Malik
- Binding/ Material
- See description
- Number of pages
- 23×17 cm